Visit the Magic of Maui and the Road to Hana with Discover Hawaii Tours
Maui is an incredible vacation destination. Whether you’re on a honeymoon or a family vacation, there are endless options to build your itinerary. One must-do while in Maui is a Road to Hana tour. The Road to Hana is one of Maui’s most popular attractions. Hana is a sleepy town on the Eastern side of the island. But what’s special about this tour isn’t the destination, but the journey. Here are a few things you can expect on your Road to Hana tour:
- First you’ll be picked up in a comfortable mini coach with ample windows. This is key because you’ll want to take lots of photos along the way. Your mini coach will be driven by an experienced driver who can navigate all the twists, turns and one-lane bridges of Hana Highway. This is a route you don’t want to drive alone in your rental car.
- Then you’ll navigate through rainforests, discover hidden caves and see rainbow eucalyptus trees.
- Stop for a picnic lunch which is included in the admission. Also stop for some banana bread at one of the famous stands on Hana Highway.
- Take in the gorgeous scenery, ocean lookouts and roadside waterfalls.
- Finally make your way to Hana and see this beautiful little town. Drive beyond Hana to discover the seven sacred pools and Wai’anapanapa State Park. Then take the Piilani Highway or the “Back Road to Hana” home to your Lahaina hotel.
This tour is so special because you can see most of the island of Maui from the comfort of a mini coach. You’ll even stop at Maui’s only winery along the way.
To book the Road to Hana tour, visit DiscoverHawaiiTours.com . This site has the best prices on this tour, but be sure to book early! You don’t want to miss out on this amazing experience.
If you do book a Road to Hana tour, here’s how you can prepare for your all day tour:
- Although the tour includes a picnic lunch, be prepared with a bottle of water and snacks. You don’t want to be stuck in the rainforest when hunger strikes! Most tours will stop for a smoothie or banana bread, but if your bus gets delayed for any reason, you’ll want a backup.
- Wear hiking clothes and pack layers. Since it’s the rainforest, you can easily get caught in the rain. A poncho or umbrella is also a good idea. And while you might want to wear sandals, hiking shoes is a better choice. You’ll have to do some hiking to access the seven sacred pools and the black sand beach.
Written By: Leo Malagon